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With the Tu-134 in Central America

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Sim: FS2004

Textures: FS9Evo

Sky/Clouds: HDEv2

Sceneries: VirtualCol (SKBO), LatinVFR (MROC, MGGT), Taxi2Gate (MHTG)

Plane: SCS v.2.0


Here are some pictures from my journey through Central America in three flights; unfortunately, it suffered from the very bad weather. Not that it isn't interesting to fly in adverse conditions, but the beauty of the landscapes hides totally from the eye...


SKBO Bogotá - MROC San José





Overflying the Panama Isthmus











MROC San José - MHTG Toncontin (Tegucigalpa)

In fact, San José was the only place with fine wheather where taking pictures was fun. And FS9Evo textures give the scenery a quite "tropical" look.





Near Volcán Irazú.





MHTG Toncontin to MGGT Guatemala La Aurora

En route



These were the wheather conditions at approach



Burn much fuel or eat fatty? I decide for the first.






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Amazing Shots Harald, as usual.


ATM i don't remember..This bird have the MSRP-64 installed? (I am in ground due to PC problems and I cant check it).


I am asking because in the Tu-154 we have this FDR installed and it have the nice feature of export the flight Route to Google Earth (Similar to Aerosoft Airbus feature, but PT have this feature since 2005.)


An example:



Surely would we nice to see your World Tour in Google Earth too.

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This bird have the MSRP-64 installed?


Hi, muchas gracias!

I don't think the Tu-134 has the MSRP-64. However, perhaps I find another way to visualize the round the world trip once it is finished (it shoud be finished by mid of May).


Saludos, Harald

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